COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Colorado Springs Police Chief Peter Carey will retire at the beginning of February, the City announced today. Carey has served as chief since 2011 and joined the Colorado Springs Police Department as an officer in 1984.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - The Colorado Springs Police Department will join forces with the Colorado Springs Fire Department in deploying multiple patrols focused on the illegal use of fireworks on the July 4 holiday. Violators will be cited and released and fireworks will be confiscated.... Read more
With the warmer temperatures, the Colorado Springs Police Department encourages the community to enjoy our parks, recreation and trail systems throughout the city. The police department would like to offer some crime prevention and safety tips to keep in mind while you enjoy the beauty of our... Read more
In 2016, a near-record 34 people died from crashes in Colorado Springs. The city has identified the top intersections where crashes occurred last year.
Topping the list is I-25 and Cimarron Street. Police responded to that area 158 times. Police attribute the high number of crashes in this area... Read more